Magazines

May 2007

May 2007

Opinion

ProgressOnline Your ideas for the new Labour leader’s first 100 days

Chair’s message A new dawn remembered Progress chair Stephen Twigg introduces our special edition marking 10 years of New Labour in power

Follow my leaders Labour’s leadership system owes as much to politics as democracy, finds Greg Rosen

No Larkin matter Technology is transforming the role of parents in schools, says Jim Knight

Labour’s real dividing line Europe should be Labour’s dividing line with the Tories, argues Gary Titley

Keeping Worcester woman Is David Cameron winning back the Tories’ lost female voters, asks Meg Munn

More jaw jaw The successful resolution of the Iranian hostage crisis highlights the value of diplomacy, says Alex Bigham

Upfront

Hain in the hood The contest for Labour’s deputy should be about ideas, not gimmicks, Peter Hain tells Mark Day and Jennifer Gerber

Tune in to Harriet I’m Radio 2 to Gordon’s Radio 4, Harriet Harman tells Jennifer Gerber and Alan Clarke

Alan and the Johnsons I’ve got the tunes to be deputy, Alan Johnson tells Tom Brooks Pollock and Jennifer Gerber

Features

Cover story A country transformed Preparing Britain for the future has been the hallmark of Labour’s decade in power, says David Blunkett

A new idealism To meet the challenges of the next 10 years, Labour needs a new political ethos, argues Ed Miliband

Starter for 10 We asked 10 opinion formers for Labour’s greatest achievement of the last decade

Think global Labour must look abroad for ideas to renew, says Patrick Diamond

Reviews

The other Europeans Rokhsana Fiaz enjoys a history of Islam in Europe

Hollow man Deborah Mattinson is unenlightened by a biography of David Cameron

Pass the buck Richard Muir gets to grip with our parties’ funding crisis

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